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From Afternoon Tea to “God Save the Queen,” Celtic mythology to Roman ruins, experience the finest highlights of the United Kingdom. Start in Lively London, stroll along the quiet streets of Shakespeare’s home in Stratford-upon-Avon, savor the historic Roman bathhouses in the enchanting English city of Bath, witness the powerful presence of the famous York Minster, explore the cobblestone streets of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, experience the building of the Titanic in Belfast, plus so much more.

England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Often extraordinary and always charming. Each has its own identity, culture, cuisine and attractions and there’s truly something for everybody here.


England is a place unlike any other, filled with adventures waiting to be had and memories waiting to be made. Majestic castles, glorious green countryside, mighty London with its historical landmarks, charming historic towns, and quaint villages with local pubs.

Many first-time visitors to England are unaware of the country's diversity. Famous cities like London, Bath, and Oxford are top destinations. But the country possesses many more unique experiences.

For an old-world boutique experience, there's nowhere quite like the Cotswolds. These enigmatic stone villages are set among beautiful English vistas and flowering gardens. Then there’s the mystical aura of Neolithic Stonehenge, Rugged cliffs that tumble into the water along the Dorset and East Devon coastline, and Shakespeare’s Stratford Upon Avon.

Head north and immerse yourself in Yorkshire, proudly called “God's own country” by its residents. To the West you’ll feel the dazzling energy of post-industrial cities like Manchester and Liverpool.

Head East towards Newcastle to discover Durham where the cathedral impresses from afar, towering above wild landscapes after some nine hundred years. Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle are two of the many World Heritage sites in England.

Kings and queens, battles and artwork, forests and mountains, museums and pubs. You’ll discover it all, plus so much more when you visit England


Making up the northernmost part of the island of Britain, Scotland has its own exceptional culture filled with a population full of great character and humor.

There are a number of highlights that set Scotland apart from the rest of the UK. From the elegant Royal Mile to the Gaelic gourmet foods of New Town, Edinburgh captivates in every corner. Walk the ramparts of stately Edinburgh Castle, make a toast at the ‘Scotch Whisky Experience’, or climb nearby Calton Hill for stunning views over the city amid a historic collection of buildings that includes a replica Greek acropolis and a 19th century observatory.

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and a spectacular example of Victorian grandeur. Check out the sights at Royal Exchange Square, adore at the ornate City Chambers, or revel in one of football’s fiercest rivalries between Rangers and Celtic.

The central part of Scotland is filled with relics from the country’s war of independence against the English, led by the legendary Sir William Wallace. The city of Stirling boasts the immense and spectacular Stirling Castle and the impressive Wallace Monument, while nearby Falkirk was designated Scotland’s most beautiful town in 2011

Few places can match the ethereal majesty of the islands of Scotland, where people live much as they have for centuries and the relentless weather has shaped some of the most stunning and surreal scenery imaginable. From the dramatic geological formations on the Isle of Skye to the mysterious standing stones of the Isle of Mull, to the phenomenal birdlife and end-of-the-world seascapes of the Outer Hebrides – these are arguably the most must-see parts of Scotland for any visitor.

No trip to Scotland would be complete without adventuring into the Highlands. Rolling, heather-filled moorlands give way to soaring peaks, thriving valleys, and peat-filled lochs. Hike on the stirring slopes of Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in Britain, explore some of the country’s best-preserved castles, or walk the beautiful banks of bonnie Loch Lomond.

From bustling cosmopolitan cities to spectacularly lush scenery, from empty windswept moorlands to some of the finest luxuries on the planet, Scotland is a place that is sure to delight every visitor with its down-to-earth hospitality and its rebellious and raucous spirit.


Connected to England’s west is the mighty nation of Wales, filled with national parks, beautiful beaches, countless castles, historical museums and the capital city of Cardiff.

There are 3 national parks in Wales – Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire Coast and the Brecon Beacons. Snowdonia National Park was once at the very bottom of a pre-historic ocean, forced up by tectonic activity. The ocean bed has now become one of the UK’s tallest mountains, Mount Snowdown and you can actively hunt for seashells on its summit! Pembrokeshire Coast has been rated as one of the top coastal destinations in the world by the US National Geographic Traveler magazine.

Wherever you may be in Wales you’re never far away from a ruined castle. There are almost 600 castles in Wales, and while some are now just minimal remains, at least 100 still have substantial remains. In the south, the largest castle in Wales, Caerphilly Castle is particularly impressive, and Pembroke Castle to the west is one of the oldest. To the north, there are Beaumaris, Conwy Castle, Harlech Castle, and Caernarfon Castle.

Museums such as the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea, Big Pit National Coal Museum and the St Fagans National Museum of History all have free entry.

The ultramodern waterfront of capital city Cardiff is emblematic of a city that has emerged in the new millennium as one of Britain’s leading urban centers. You’ll reach Cardiff Castle, constructed in the late 11th century over a 3rd century Roman fort. Romantic additions over the centuries include an extravagant banquet hall and a Victorian-era clock tower. The clock tower rises 131 feet above the level land, decorated with Norse gods, mahogany, mirrors and much more

Wales is a distinctive part of the UK. With its own character, culture and way of life. Its evolution continues to impress at every turn after thousands of years in the making.

Northern Ireland

With its ancient folklore, mystical myths and celebrated saints, Northern Ireland is a land of legends. This is the country that built the Titanic, has the world-famous Giant’s Causeway, an exploding food scene, and hip cities bursting with energy.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Giant’s Causeway is one of Northern Ireland’s most famous attractions. 40,000 polygonal basalt rock columns, formed by the ancient volcanic landscape and stretching along the coastline like a series of gigantic stepping stones.

Head off-the-beaten track and explore the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, the tranquil Fermanagh Lakelands or the enchanting Mourne Mountains – the inspiration to CS Lewis’s Narnia.

Northern Ireland's epic landscapes have also been used as the backdrop for the hit HBO series Game of Thrones®. If you're a fan of the show, embark on a tour of filming locations including Winterfell Castle, Kingsroad and Riverrun. Fill your passport on the Journey of Doors.

Dunluce Castle is located dramatically close to a headland that plunges straight into the sea, along the North Antrim coast, and was the headquarters of the MacDonnell Clan.

Immerse yourself in the many of Northern Ireland’s colorful characters of the past. Visit Seamus Heaney Homeplace, C.S Lewis Square, Belfast Music Exhibition & Tour, the Van Morrison trail and the George Best trail.

Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, is a city bursting with energy. Stroll through the city and visit the fashionable Cathedral Quarter. Then explore the expansive urban waterfront with Titanic Belfast as its centerpiece. This series of urban villages linked by open, green spaces and stunning public areas has a clear sense of character.

To the nation’s northwest, the historic walled city of Londonderry impresses with its scenic views over the River Foyle and the award-winning Tower Museum, which enriches visitors with its insight into the city's colorful and remarkable history.

With its dramatic coastline, lush green fields, energetic capital and tranquil lakes. Northern Ireland blends centuries of history with an engaging modern vibe that for travel experiences that can’t be had anywhere else.

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